The HR Consultant will work closely with people leaders across all functions and spanning a defined set of geographies in providing and implementing HR support aligned to the corporate HR policies and processes at a country and cluster level in line with the agreed ways of working.
The role will be responsible for providing advice, support and coaching to managers and employees across the full range of employment policies, including areas such as people performance management issues, employee development, career, performance capabilities. The role will provide advice and support to the HR Business Partners in relation to projects linked to organizational design, M&A activity, restructuring, development and change activities, as well as HR COE cyclical activities and programs (e.g. salary review, performance reviews, workforce planning). The role will also provide support to COEs and HR Business Partners s to rollout critical programs and initiatives at local level. The role will also focus on both individual and collective relationships in the workplace. It supports and coaches people managers to establish trust-based relationships with employees and to manage employee relations issues. Working with the wider team, the role will support the drive for continuous improvement that delivers year on year cost savings and service capability, whilst improving service performance against benchmarks.
Performance and Customer Focus (35%)
Coaching for Managers (25%)
Driving Continuous Improvement (20%)
Relationship Management (20%)
Bachelor's degree in HR, Psychology, Business Administration or closely related
HRCI and/or SHRM certification preferred
Smith+Nephew provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.
Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. When you apply this page will be redirected to LinkedIn.
Smith+Nephew is a leading portfolio medical technology company. Since 1856, when our founder T.J. Smith developed a new method for refining cod liver oil, and in World War One when his nephew led the supply of wound care products, to the present day, Smith & Nephew continues to pioneer health solutions. Through our market leadership positions in Sports Medicine, Orthopaedic Reconstruction and Advanced Wound Management, our 17,500+ employees continue to improve outcomes and expand access. We are a constituent of the UK’s FTSE100 and our shares are traded on London Stock Exchange and through American Depository Receipts on the New York Stock Exchange (LSE: SN,NYSE:SNN). Please note: not all products referred to may be approved for use or available in all markets.